What are your thoughts on Hurricane Sandy’s impact on the city?
Interviews by Joseph Myers; Photos by Greg Bezanis
“It wasn’t as bad as I had thought it would be. New York, for example, had such devastation.”
10th and Cross streets
“I’m just happy nobody got hurt. Property, you can fix. Lives, you can’t.”
Third and Roseberry streets
“It was a smart move for the City to shut down and, fortunately, I’ve not heard from anyone saying they experienced huge losses.”
1700 block of South Iseminger Street
“I’m thankful I live in Philly and not New York City or down the Shore. For what we had, the city did pretty well.”
Front and Titan streets
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Staff photographer Greg Bezanis took a drive around the neighborhood Tuesday afternoon to capture images of Hurricane Sandy’s aftermath. Many workers spent the day repairing broken traffic lights and signs while others had to deal with the tree limbs that went timber, including some that dealt crushing blows to parked cars. Visit southphillyreview.com/multimedia to view the photo gallery Contact Staff Photographer Greg Bezanis at firstname.lastname@example.org or ext. 126....
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